In and on the water

The name of Monheim am Rhein already hints at it: located along kilometers 707 to 717 on the Rhine River, our city has a lot to offer both in and on the water. Lush natural spaces and exciting activities await visitors to the Rheinbogen Landscape Park and the Urdenbacher Kämpe nature reserve. Cycling and hiking trails lead along the shore and, thanks to a car-free ferry, even to the other side of the Rhine. Two other large ferries in Hitdorf and the Urdenbacher Kämpe make great circular trips possible – which can even include a little detour to Zons.

A landing stage for excursion boats and hotel ships, with a freely accessible viewing platform that brings visitors very close to the glittering surface of the water, takes them directly onto the water. In addition, a sauna and bathing world in Monheim’s all-weather pool complex, Mona Mare (currently undergoing renovations), and a water-skiing facility in the neighboring town of Langenfeld invite visitors to take a dip in the refreshing water in and around Monheim. Swimming in the Rhine, on the other hand, is expressly not recommended.